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New York Times article about Children's Vision and Remote Learning

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October 23, 2020

Click on the image to the left for a New York Times article about children's vision and remote learning.


Washington Post Articles about Doctors' Need to Educate Patients about Corona Virus Safety

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October 12, 2020

Click on the picture to the left for a link to a Washington Post article by a physician trying to balance politics and patient education to keep his patients safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.


ANOTHER MASK ANNOYANCE: DRY EYES - Washington Post Article

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September 10, 2020

Click on the photo to the left for a link to a Washington Post article about dry eyes and face masks.


Washington Post Article for Those Complaining about Masks

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July 15, 2020

Click on the image to the left for a link to a Washington Post article written by a surgeon about wearing masks. He explains how important they are in the operating room and urges those who complain about them to understand that it has long been a way of work life for surgeons. Basically his theses is QUIT COMPLAINING!


Washington Post Article about COVID and the Eyes

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June 22, 2020

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New YorK Times Article: Those Puppy Eyes You Can't Resist? Thank Evolution!

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October 31, 2019

Click on the photo to the left for a link to a New York Times articles about those puppy eye!


HALLOWEEN HAZARDS By Dr. James Ivanoski, Optometrist at Madison Medical Eye Care with offices in Mequon & Saukville, Wisconsin

By user-admin
October 12, 2018

Halloween is such a great time of the year…the beautiful fall colors, the crispness in the air, the endless candy supply and of course the costumes.  With all the fun, however, there are some potential eye hazards to be aware of.

To add that extra something to your costume, you or your children may have considered decorative contact lenses. Because you can buy them over-the-counter or online, it may appear that a proper fitting or special care is not necessary. This could not be farther from the truth.  These “one size fits all” novelty contacts are not professionally fitted and could cause pain, infections, scratches or even permanent corneal scarring and vision loss.  It is important to realize that these costume products are being sold illegally and are not FDA-approved. By federal law ALL contact lenses are considered to be a medical device, only to be distributed by licensed eye care professionals after determining the proper fit.

Some Halloween activities can also lead to eye injuries.  What may seem like a harmless traditional game, like apple bobbing, could lead to scratches on the surface of the eye or infections from dirty water.  When putting together your children’s costumes, especially, be sure their side vision is not obstructed. Darting around in the dark is even more hazardous of you cannot see your surroundings well.

We at Madison Medical Eye Care hope you have more treats than tricks this Halloween!  We know you will all enjoy this holiday more by taking a little extra care to keep everyone safe from Halloween hazards.

Dr. James Ivanoski practices at Madison Medical Eye Care with Dr. Martha Jay, a leader in eye surgery including blade-free LASIK and small incision cataract surgery. Dr. Ivanoski specializes in comprehensive eye care for the whole family and welcomes patients of all ages into his practice. He accepts most insurance plans.

Dr. James Ivanoski

For more eye care information, call 262-241-1919 or visit www.MadisonMedicalEyeCare.com.


DON'T FLUSH THOSE CONTACTS! See recent New York Times article

By user-admin
August 29, 2018

Click on the image to the left for a recent New York Times articles explaining why you should NOT flush your contacts down the toilet. They belong in the wastebasket!


New York Times Article: The more education you have, the more likely you are to be nearsighted

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August 20, 2018

Click on the image to the left for a recent New York Times article discussing the link between education level and nearsightedness.  While we are on the topic, LASIK makes a fabulous graduation present!


Bonobos Could Sure Use Some Glasses!

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November 10, 2016

Click on the photo below to see a video from the New York Times about older Bonobo Apes pulling away as they get older to find those lice on their friends! Why don't they just get some reading glasses??


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